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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 19, 1935, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH DAILY PAPER EDITED FOR THE HOME TMI NIWWAMt THAT MAKIS ALL NOtTM HOME EDITION VOL XLI OBNTt A OOFI UM LSAUD wixm Romance at White House Marriage of F Daughter Heads News MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 19 1935 THM FAP1H CONSISTS OF TWO SXCT1OM NO 85 By B L LIVINGSTONE Associated PreM Staff Writer COLD WAVE MOVES INTO STATE IHE WEEKS BIGGEST NEWS Romance comes to white house New deal social economics to congress The Saar Feeral agents score again NEW YORK Jan 19 white house romance dollars for social security democracy for a people high lighted news of the week The presidents daughter tall and golden haired Anna Roosevelt Dall married former news writer John Boettlger in an unheralded ceremony at the Roosevelt Manhat tan town house Parental blessings were be stowed by the Roosevelts The bride and bridegroom each mar ried previously and divorced mo tored away to a honeymoon hide out A plan of social economics long heralded by the new laid before the people by President Roosevelt as a guard against future depressions Congress was called on to adopt in briefs pensions of monthly maximum for needy aged above 65 contributory old age insurance financed equally by employes and employers oldage pensions to be bought from the government for higher income groups insurance fin anced at a 9010 ratio by employers and employes respectively grants to states for assisting widows and ofcildren and for protecting the public health Estimated cost to initiate pro gram From all politi cal in congress came cordial reception but difference of opinion over presidential methods DEMOCRACTMN SAAR Democracy in the form of clear cut voting franchise came to the Saar this week Result World war territory vot ed overwhelmingly to return to the German fatherland rather than for annexation to France or continu ance under league of nations rue Ninety per cent of vote goven to Germany Hitler Until March 15 valuable Franco Germanborder land remains under league of nations afterward under nazi rule Hauptmann Defense Explores Maze of Money CLAIMS IT mil Scored Two more for federal agents in slaying of Ma and Fred Barker reputed Bremer kidnapers in Florida hideaway Broken Bloody tristate gang when federal agents rounded up five in New York with customary effi ciency Disputed U S adherence to world court by senate opposition Capture7J Four San Quentin con victs after desperate break from famous penitentiary and wounding of warden Flown The Pacific by Birdwo man Amelia Barhart alone Awaited Supreme court gold clause decision Passed The lie in dramatic epi sodes at Lindbergh kidnaping trial to witnesses by defendant Bruuc Richard Hauptmann and wife Salary Cut Voted DES MOINES Jan 19 temporary salary cut of 10 per cent was voted Dee 15 for all em ployes of the state fish and game commission it was revealed here FORECAST IOWA Snow Saturday night and probably Sunday morning rouch colder Saturday night Severe cold wave in east and central portion Saturday night colder in east portion Sunday MINNESOTA Cloudy snow in cast and south portions Sat urday night and probably Sun day morning severe cold wave in east portion Saturday night IN MASON CITY GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 30 Above Minimum in Night 10 Above At 8 A M Saturday 10 Above Snowfall 3 inches Precipitation 33 of an Inch WEEKLY FORECAST CHICAGO Jan 19 outlook for the period of Jan 21 to 26 For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the northern and central Great Plains Generally fair and abnormally cold first part of week occasional snow with rising temperature latter PROVE RANSOM NOT DEPOSITED State Planning Counter Attack With Trial in WeekEnd Recess By WILLIAM A KINNJEY Copyright IMS fc the AsuocliitM Press FLEMINGTON N Jari Bruno Richard Hauptmanns de fense explored today a maze of money drafting evidence from his financial accounts to oppose the states testimony that he had a mysterious income of only less than the Lindbergh ransom figure Wading through Hauptmanns bank and brokerage statements dur ing the weekend trial recess granted by Justice Thomas W Trenchard for this very purpose defense attorneys said they would show Lindbergh ransom notes failed to appear in a single one of the ac counts Show Sizable Deposits Edward J Reilly the florid chie of defense took pains to bring ou that before the kidnaping th Hauptmann bank accounts alread showed sizable deposits evidence of the frugal habits of the Brona carpenter and his pale careworn wife The took Immediate stejx for a counter attack Attorney Gen eral David T Wilente assertin that on the eve of the ransom Hauptmann balanc in one bank was only an that a year later the amount ha Basingits case further on a con tention that the money banked wa change from the ransom notes th prosecution established that in an other account ina Mount Vernon bank the Hauptmann de posits were known for their number of silver coins Banking All Change The prosecution drew into Its theory of the Lindbergh case a pic ture of Hauptmann cautiously passing the ransom bills in minor purchases and banking all th change The portrait fitted into the com poaite picture it has tried to pain of Hauptmann throughout the tria of a cool calculating person plottingevery step far in advance carrying out the kidnaping anc working out a way to enjoy the proceeds Hauptmann himself after a week of emotional climaxes during which he exploded against the states ac cusations relaxed in his cell free for two days from appearances in the crowded court Talks to His Wife Smiling broadly in anticipation of the brief period of seclusion before resuming his part in the judgment on his life for the slayingof the kidnaped Lindbergh baby he talk ed cheerfully to his wife Anna through the screen door of hisbull pen Mrs Hauptmann brought him word of their son Mannfried who is with relatives in the Bronx The mother did not go to see him this weekend preferring to stay in her modest room near her husband The accused man was proud of her she said for her outburst in court yesterday against a former The Man Next to Hauptmann Tiim to 1tft Z Column 1 MOOlEPLANS LEGAL ACTION Governor Seeks to Clarify Effect of Impeachment by House BISMARCK N Jan 19 Thomas H Moodie democrat today contemplated legal steps to clarify the effect of an im peachment action voted by the Vorth Dakota house of representa ives The senate will likely act on the question Monday Meanwhile actingon advice of Attorney General P O Sathre a political foe Gov Moodie had post ed two national guardsmen both without uniform at the executive offices to prevent seizure of his quarters by his opponents Governor Moodie emphasized that nartial Jaw was not contemplated He said he planned only peaceful egal means to defend his Always at the side of Bruno Hauptmann is Hovey Xow deputy sheriff at Hunterdon county N J When Hauptmann enters the court at Flemington for his trial for the murder of the Lindbergh baby Low is with him The deputy sheriff presents a curious studyas the trial progresses as the camera shots of him illustrate Associated DEMOS SEEK TO HOLD MEMBERS WITH PROGRAM More Liberal Benefits for Unemployed and AgedAsiced WASHINGTON Jan 19 The democratic leadership sought today to head off any agaisst major features of the Roosevelt social security program While capitol hill saw signs that some democrats would join with some republicans in fighting for more liberal benefits for the un employed and the aged adminis tration leaders studied a declara tion by the president thathe saw no reason why states should not make the pensions for those now old and needy higher than a month Though he said that sound fi nancing required the federal gov ernment to limit its part of the contributions to he indicated a belief that states might if they chip in more than that sum Withhold Comments While republicans as a group withheld comments pending meet ings at which they will discuss their stand the president sough quicft action by congress He said yesterday t be hoped the legislation would gothrough quickly so state Bf which are meeting now IB go ahead with their share of the program The house ways and com mittee and the senate finance com mittee plan to hold hearings early next week Besides Senator Borah who had previously ob jected to the federal contri bution as inadequate Senator Long voiced opposition yester day Calling for or a month he said All the people would get that woulddo em any good under that plan could be put in your right Snowplow in Mountain Rescue Box Score to Show Tax lowan Pays rlobeGazette to Give Its First Report on Feb 4 Ioua Daily Press DES MOINES Jan much do you contribute each month oward supporting government Mr Average lowan including sales tax gasoline tax and all the rest Let the tax box score which vill be published for the first time londay Feb 4 in the GlobeGa ette and 26 associated Iowa news apers be your measuring stick Beginning Jan 1 an average owan started keeping a record of 11 the direct taxes he pays from ay to day and from week to week t the request of the Iowa Daily rcss association This average lowan is 45 years Id has a wife and two sons lives in his own home in a small Iowa city and his income is less than a year At the end of each month he will file a report as co how much he paid out in direct taxes during the 30 day period The tax box score will tell his tax story not only for each indi vidual month but also for the year so far as it nas elapsed at the time of the individual reports While Mr Average lowans identity will be kept secret throughout the tax box score period his reports all will be attested to in the regular legal way Following is the kind of Tan hi Pwte J Column j SNAKE ARRIVES WITH BANANAS Three Foot Boa Impotent in Cold Is Captured Without Fijht MINNEAPOLIS Jan 19 Impotent in near zero weather a three foot emperor boa snake from Honduras arrived here today in a shipment of bananas and was cap tured without a fight Captured by Ben Smith fruit company employe the boa was turned over to the public library where a miniture zoo is maintained Mrs Rene B Stiles in charge said the snake was about a year old and in good condition She said if it lives it probably will grow to be about 15 feet long and 10 to 12 inches thick its rate of growth is approximately a foot a year eye Further Difficulties Difficulties arose in another quar ter when Chairman Connery D of the house labor commit tee made clear that he planned to go ahead and hold old age pensions hearings despite the fact that the administrations WagnerLewis bill had been referred to the ways and means committee He the committee members of which are protesting against being ignored would aim at an old age plan more satisfactory to the An attempt to supplant the ad ministration plan with the Town send bill for a month is planned by Representative Mc Groarty Senator Wagner N an Secretary of Labor Perkins arc expected to appear before congres sionai committees next week to ex plain the administrations plans Work Relief Drive Meanwhile the administration is pressing ahead with its drive fo work relief The president and housi democratic leaders have agreed on 3 resolution to be introduced day giving the president free pow er to administer for work relief and for the transition from the dole to jobs Despite protests that have asisen against lump sum appropriations leaders planned to rush it through the hpuse early next week under drastic rules curbing opposition The public works administration under the direction of Secretary Ickes called on states and locali ties to furnish before February 11 a national inventory on work pro jects which might be carried on with the four billion dollar fund i way up mountain o XO four crew of a Denver and Rio narrow rauretraTiZ wWch snowbound In 10foot for many rrtmu Supreme Court Justices Seek Agreement on Gold WASHINGTON Jan 19 Nine supreme court us their black to gath er today in a plain basement room of the capitol to seek agreement on the gold clause cases Behind doors zealously guarded the it followed its regular in informal dis cussion on the cases which pose the question whether Ihe new deal mon etary structure is reared on good legal bedrock or the sands of un constitutionality Whether or not a decision could be reached today the world must wait a while for the public an nouncement Aside from a possibil ity that the decision might be handed down next Monday It was not expected until Feb a re cess intervenes Though many observers did not look for the announcement until Feb 4 because the writing of opin ions after the court makes up its mind is a somewhat lengthy pro cess others pointed to some major cases of the past in which the announced a verdict Letter Mondays Will Be Held Here Mason City Firms to Sponsor Series of Bargain Days Beginning next Monday a num ber of Mason City firms will spon soi a series of Red Letter Mon days when special offerings of mer chandise will be made for that dav only Merchants have made extensive for tins the first of his series of special merchandising events They are planning to offer various types of merchandise at special values to acquaint residents of North Iowa with the of doing business in Mason City A full page announcement of this Red Letter occasion appears in this issue Following are the mer chants participating The Merkel company D JK Lund berg and company Abel and Son Palais Royal Gildner Brothers Joe Daniels Master Service Station Henry Field company Jefferson Coffee shop Montgomery Ward and company Ford Hopkins Drug store Joe Goss Furniture store Currie Van Ness company Mason City Hardware company J C Penney company Mier Wolf and sons Buehler Brothers market Ben Ben owitz at Finka Peoples Gas and Electric company Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad company Hux table Drug company Sam Raizes Department store The Hub cloth iers Blancbards Jewelry Betty Jane Dress shop Stop and Shop Food market Federal Packing com pany Russell Studio and Zebkers clothing Hauptmanns Former Attorney Ordered to Give Papers to Reilly BROOKLYN N Jan 19 Bruno Richard Hauplmamis former attorney James M Fawcett must turn over to Edward J Reilly Hauptmanns present counsel cer tain papers relating to the defend ants case the appellate division of the supreme court in Brooklyn to dav decided Ratify Plan to End Minneapolis Strike MINNEAPOLIS Jan 19 Jarage and service shop owners at a mooting today ratified an agree ment designed to end the strike of garage workers which began here an 3 MASS TROOPS ON GERMAN FRONT Lithuanian Action Reported Widely in Newspapers of BERLIN Jan 19 mass ing of Lithuanian troops at Tau row near the German frontier was widely reported today in the press of Germany which said Lithuanian reserves had been called to the col ors for a three months period doubling the peace strength of the Membel garrison With an unanimity indicating the hand of the piopaganda ministry the German press called public at tention to the alleged Lithuanian activity The papers described Lithuanias alleged action as sabre rattling and a sign of a bad conscience It was said Lithuanias excuse for bringing troops to the border was that the Prussian storm troops in tended to croas the border and cap ture the mandated city ot Klaipeda Memel This excuse was described in the German press as old but none the less Called Inaccurate RIGA Latvia Jan 19 ports circulating on the continent concerning tension Lith iana and Germany were regarded icre and in other baltic capitals as entirely inaccurate Nothing was known at Kaunas capital of Lithuania about reported concentration of German forces in east Prussia Advised to Leave Saar SAARBRUECKEN Jan 19 With Reichsfuehrer Hitler although absent In virtually complete control of Saar antinazis today were frankly advising their men folk to leave the territory until things blow MORE SNOW AS ICY BLAST HITS N RUST 2 Lose Lives in Traffic Accidents Mercury on Way Down Icy of a fubMro waw blew into Northwest day causing two In traffla and were due to spread over the rest of the state u a frigid encore to cold rains and snow that fell Friday night Temperatures at Spirit LalH dropped from 26 above Friday to 8 below Saturday before the ad vance of cold weather out of northwest At Sioux City the minimum tent perature early Saturday was 4 be low zero while at nearby Sioux Falls sinking thermometer regis tered 11 below Up Ben Mason City mercuries were nifti er Saturday morning than the day before registering 10 M against 4 below Friday morning but were due to take a big drop by nightfall Three inches of snow had fallen here and more was comiur down While onehalf inch of snow feB in Sioux City heavier snows rang ing up to three inches at Fort Dodge were reported in north sec tions of the state Light snowfall was reported at Council Bluffs Over the rest of the state a coid rain turning to tee and addingto and pedestrianf feU throughout Omy fcirWttnnwa iHTBurtlligtoa had the precipitation failed to glut into ice JMes of Injuries Waldo Cass of Sloan died of In juries at Sioux City suffered when Ms car skidded into a truck Icy pavement was blamed Mrs A J Hollenbeck 51 living weat of Centerville was killed short ly after noon Saturday when car driven by her husband was struck by a train at CentervtUe Fog and rain obscured the vision A son Al bert is not expected to live at hospital and the husband was bad ly injured Paul Pace riding with them was not injured Airport offices at Des Moines re ported that transcontinental air lines had grounded planes on across Iowa because of flyinghaz ards Fndaj night from Meet and rain They resumed schedules Sat urday Worst flyingconditions they said were between Omaha and line 111 Cold Moving East Meteorologist Charles Reed salfl Saturday the subzero weather would spread across Iowa in a se vere cold wave reachingcentral and east portions Saturday night and continuing to push eastern thero mometers downward Sunday general rains will turn to snow predicted About freezing temperatures pre vailed at most points Friday night out at Council Bluffs had taken Turn to J Colnmn NATURAL SCENES 4 ExConvicts Plead Guilty Escape Death OKLAHOMA CITY Jan 19 UP Clark desperado and three other exconvicts pleaded guilty in federal court here today to charges of violating the new federal law against robbery of national banks thereby escaping a possible death sentence Havana Bomb Kills One Injures Three HAVANA Jan 19 bomb exploding in midtown Havana to day killed one person and seriously injured three This booklet a natural scenes from each of the 48 and the District of Columbia In choosing them every effort made to select the scene most fa mous most representative of state and most There no arbitrary standard by which to determine what scenes measure up to these there so many beauty spots In the United so many in each it was by no difficult to make a booklet that it both interesting and exceedingly at tractive A copy of Natural will be sent to any upon receipt of ten cents in coin to cover cost of handling Use coupon The Mason City GlobeGazette Information bureau Frederic J Haskin director Washington D C I enclose 10 cents in coin carefully wrapped for the book let on Natural Scenes of tho United States Name Street City State Mail to Washington D   

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